The Jarobee Angus stud's 2020 sale at Beechworth, saw bulls top at $7750.
Top price for stud principals Alan and Jan Robinson, was achieved for Jarobee Kaiser P381, a September 2018-drop bull sired by Granite Ridge Kaiser K26.
Spring B Estate, Springbank, Gundowring, paid the top price
The bull had estimated breeding value figures of +87 for 400-day weight, +123 for 600-day and a eye muscle area of +6.5 square centimetres.
Lot 21, Jarobee Judd P108, sold for second top of $7250. The September 2018-drop bull was by Paringa Judd J5.
The bull had a 400-day growth weight +97kg and an eye muscle area of +7.5sq cm.
Two bulls in the catalogue were knocked down at $6500 each.
The first was another Kaiser son, Jarobee Kaiser 168 an early September 2018 drop bull.
The bull had outstanding figures for milk at +21, a +78 for carcase weight and an EMA of +8.3 sq cm.
The bull was described as a Kaiser son "with a Ayrvale Bartel E7" dam that had a deep body and moderate birthweight.
Lot 17 was the second to make $6500. It was a son of Rennylea L519, Jarobee P232.
The bull had figures of +3.0 for intramuscular fat, +53kg for 200-day growth and an EMA of 6.0 sq cm.
Early in the sale it was a son of Millah Murrah Loch Up, Jarobee Loch Up P250.
The bull sold for $6250 and was described as a moderate birth weight young bull that "would be suitable to mate with heifers".
Lot 11 sold for $5750. The bull, Jarobee Kaiser P188 was another Kaiser son. The bull had a minus 6.3 gestation length and +1.1 for rib.
Another lot to make $5750 was lot 18, a son of Rennylea Kodak K522, Jarobee Kodak P205.
This early-May 2018 bull displayed figures of =2.5 for IMF and was suited to heifer matings with a birth weight EBV of +2.5.
Another Kaiser bull, lot 12, Jarobee Kaiser P181, sold for $5000. The September 2018-drop bull had growth weight figures of +53kg at 200-day, +95kg at 400-day, and +128kg at 600-day. The bull matched that with +6.5 for EMA and +1.5 for IMF.
Stud co-principal Jan Robinson said it was an unusual sale with the bulls that sold under the hammer selling "very well".
She said the majority of the bulls passed in were sold by the end of the day.
Mrs Robinson said the fire season had impacted the sale with their usual buying support from the Upper Murray not present this year.
She said the bulls had presented well despite a "shocking season" in NSW where the bulls ran since weaning.